Little girl whose apron is filled with flowers - Illustration

1880-1889, 19th Century, 19th Century Style, Activity, Apron

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Stock illustration ID:451964571
Upload date:November 23, 2013


A little Victorian girl holding out her apron, which is filled with flowers. From “The May Blossom; or The Princess and Her People” illustrated by HH Emmerson, engraved and printed by Dalziel Brothers and published by Frederick Warne & Co, London, in 1881. The book contains illustrated verses “…concerning the Princess Victoria…” who was the daughter of the Prince of Wales, who became King Edward VII in 1901.
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